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Sundance Film Festival Sets In-Person, Online Hybrid for 2022

Following a successful 2021 Sundance Film Festival that was forced online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sundance Institute has announced a hybrid plan for its 2022 fest. Taking place…

Hulu Nabs Peter Nicks Sundance Doc ‘Homeroom’

The chronicle of a year in Oakland's struggling public school system, including calls for change by activist students of color, is executive produced by Ryan Coogler.

Rita Moreno Documentary Lands at Roadside Attractions

'Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It' is set for a June 18 theatrical release after debuting at Sundance.

Sundance Institute CEO Keri Putnam to Step Down

Keri Putnam will be stepping down as the CEO of the Sundance Institute before the year is done, after a decade-long tenure with the media and arts non-profit.

Berlin: Domestic Deals for Alex Camilleri’s ‘Luzzu,’ Tracey Deer’s ‘Beans’

Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to Sundance title 'Luzzu,' with FilmRise acquiring Berlin 2021 title 'Beans.'

‘R#J’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Desktop film promoter Timur Bekmambetov produces an update of 'Romeo and Juliet' for the Instagram age, mixing Spotify playlists with Shakespearean dialogue in 'R#J.'

‘Life, Animated’ Director Roger Ross Williams Signs With UTA

The Oscar and Emmy-winning director, producer and writer is bringing his production company, One Story Up, to the table for representation.

Sundance: Annapurna Takes Jerrod Carmichael-Directed ‘On the Count of Three’

Carmichael and Christopher Abbott star as two best friends as they try to carry out a pact to end their lives before the day ends.

‘Knocking’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

In a psychological horror film from Sweden, a woman is certain she hears distress signals through her apartment walls, and struggles to be believed.

‘Hive’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

A Kosovo war widow fights her patriarchal village for an independent life in this Sundance prizewinner.

‘Coming Home in the Dark’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

A family hiking trip on New Zealand’s remote coastline becomes a nightmare of bloodshed and retribution in debuting director James Ashcroft's white-knuckle psycho thriller, 'Coming Home in the…

‘Ma Belle, My Beauty’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Marion Hill's jazzy feature debut, winner of the Audience Award in Sundance's NEXT sidebar, explores a Franco-American polyamorous relationship.